Title
Category
Credits
Event date
Cost
  • Primary Care
  • Acute Care
  • Human Trafficking
  • AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
  • Contact hours
$20.00
1.0 NAPNAP Contact Hour. This continuing education activity is offered at a reduced rate to NAPNAP Members. This continuing education activity rate is 10$ for NAPNAP Members. For non- members, this continuing education activity rate is 20$. 3-PARRT (Providers Assessing Risk and Responding to Trafficking) - Up to 87 percent of human trafficking victims have encountered a healthcare professional without being identified. Now is your chance to learn about human trafficking, especially related to children, adolescents and teens, so you are ready to help a victim in your practice setting. Don’t be fooled – trafficking happens in every state and every community. Human Trafficking 101, educates participants about this $32 billion criminal industry and its prevalence in all communities and sectors of our society. Participants will also learn how to recognize the signs of human trafficking in child victims and understand situations and challenges that make kids susceptible to trafficking predators.
  • Primary Care
  • Mental Health
  • Pharmacology CE
  • Psychopharmacology CE
  • Controlled Substances CE
  • Contact hours
$10.00
1.0 NAPNAP Contact Hour 0.5 Pharmacology Hours 1.0 Psychopharmacology 0.5 controlled substance. This continuing education activity is offered free to NAPNAP Members. For non- members, this continuing education activity rate is 10$. The purpose of this presentation is to have a case-based discussion to increase primary care provider (PCP) confidence in caring for children with ADHD symptoms who have other co-morbidities and those who do not have successful clinical response to first medication use. Included in the discussion are the diagnostic criteria for ADHD, anxiety, autism and explosive anger disorder; the guidelines for screening and diagnosis; and discussion of the pharmacologic therapies that reduce core symptoms of the conditions. The presenter will address controversies in prescribing and the realities of clinical primary care management.
  • Primary Care
  • Acute Care
  • Mental Health
  • Contact hours
$0.00
1.0 NAPNAP contact hour. This continuing education activity is FREE to all participants. Our guest presenters will share an innovative primary care mental health initiative. If you have been following stories in NAPNAP Daily News, health journals or the media, you are aware of the increasing cases of child/teen suicides and mental health ER visits during the pandemic. We look forward to learning more about Dr. Martin's initiative to connect primary care with mental health services at this critical time.
  • Primary Care
  • Mental Health
  • Pharmacology CE
  • Psychopharmacology CE
  • Contact hours
$30.00
1.25 NAPNAP contact hour, of which 0.25 is Pharmacology and 0.25 Psychopharmacology. This continuing education activity is offered at a reduced rate to NAPNAP Members. This continuing education activity rate is 15$ for NAPNAP Members. For non- members, this continuing education activity rate is 30$. The course will review disruptive behavior disorders in childhood, including oppositional defiant disorder and conduct disorder. Case studies will include “normal-but-challenging” child behaviors as well as cases delineating diagnostic criteria for these disorders. The presenter will introduce behavioral therapy approaches, including Parent Child Interaction Therapy.
  • Primary Care
  • Contact hours
$20.00
1.0 NAPNAP Contact Hour. This continuing education activity is offered at a reduced rate to NAPNAP Members. This continuing education activity rate is 10$ for NAPNAP Members. For non- members, this continuing education activity rate is 20$. Fever is the most common chief complaint among children presenting to an emergency department. These visits are often fueled by the phenomenon known as fever phobia. Myths and misconceptions related to fever and its sequela often result in fever mistreatment and fever over treatment. This course will help novice though advanced providers strengthen their ability to confidently manage fever in children while providing sound anticipatory guidance to parents in an effort to allay their fears.
  • Primary Care
  • Acute Care
  • Human Trafficking
  • Contact hours
$0.00
This course is not accredited by NAPNAP. This course is approved by Texas Health and Human Services to meet the requirements of H.B. 2059. Providers must register for a free PedsCESM account, and be logged in to watch the webinar and receive the certificate. This course was created in collaboration with Partners for Vulnerable Youth.
  • Primary Care
  • Contact hours
$10.00
1.0 NAPNAP Contact Hour. This continuing education activity is offered free to NAPNAP Members. For non- members, this continuing education activity rate is 10$. We live in a technology-saturated world, evidenced by widespread, global use of the Internet and other forms of technology. Technology offers nearly limitless connectivity, information-sharing, and communication. Unfortunately, with these opportunities come risks, especially for children, and pediatric healthcare providers have a responsibility to be aware and informed of these risks and how to respond. This article provides a breakdown of the broad phenomenon of electronic aggression and offers practice implications for healthcare providers. J PediatrHealth Care.(2020) Volume 35, Issue 1, p132−140.
  • Primary Care
  • Acute Care
  • Infectious Disease
  • Contact hours
$10.00
0.75 NAPNAP contact hour. This continuing education activity is offered free to NAPNAP Members. For non- members, this continuing education activity rate is 10$. Since the rapid emergence of the novel coronavirus in December of 2019 and subsequent development of a global pandemic, clinicians around the world have struggled to understand and respond effectively in health care systems already strained before this latest viral outbreak. Leaders are making policy decisions while balancing the slow and precise nature of science with the rapid need for lifesaving information. Pediatric nurse practitioners are ideally situated as a trusted source of health information for children. This continuing education article summarizes the latest evidence on the rapidly developing coronavirus pandemic. J Pediatr Health Care.(2020) 34, Issue 6, p619-629
  • Primary Care
  • Acute Care
  • Contact hours
$10.00
0.75 NAPNAP contact hours. This continuing education activity is offered free to NAPNAP Members. For non- members, this continuing education activity rate is 10$. The Internet is a relatively new and unregulated entity that can place children and adolescents at risk for a variety of negative and potentially dangerous exposures. One such risk is online sexual solicitations and interactions with older adolescents, peers, and adults. This continuing education article will explore online sexual solicitation of child and adolescents in terms of definition, epidemiology, predictors, consequences, and implications for practice. JPediatr Health Care. (2020) 34, Issue 6, p610−618
  • Primary Care
  • Pharmacology CE
  • Contact hours
$10.00
1.5 NAPNAP contact hour of which contain 1.5 pharmacology content and 0.25 controlled substance. This continuing education activity is offered free to NAPNAP Members. For non- members, this continuing education activity rate is 10$. Cerebral palsy (CP), a nonprogressive disease of the central nervous system, is the most common motor disability in childhood. Patients with CP often have a multitude of associated comorbidities, including impact on muscle tone. There are four main types of CP, with spastic as the most commonly diagnosed. The American Academy of Neurology and Child Neurology Society released a practice parameter regarding the pharmacological management of CP-related spasticity in 2010. This continuing education review evaluates the available safety and efficacy evidence for oral and parenteral pharmacological agents used to reduce spasticity in children with CP and provides a reference for practitioners managing these patients. J Pediatr Health Care. (2020) 34, 409−509.

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